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Juice bar to close

Fuel Juice Bars will close in Tunbridge Wells

13 December 2017

A smoothies and juice bar business is closing a store in Kent as it tries to restructure its debts.

Kent festive events through to Christmas Day

The animals also enjoy Christmas at Howletts near Canterbury

13 December 2017

From fireside treats to adrenaline-rush snow tubing, and shopping and skating to meeting reindeer it's all here: your guide to Kent Christmas events.

LeeFest relaunches as Neverworld for 2018

LeeFest will be called Neverworld. Picture supplied by LeeFest

13 December 2017

Music festival LeeFest is being rebranded for next summer with a new name, 11 stages and some 250 acts.

Kittens left for dead in alley

Three tiny kittens were left for dead in an alleyway between two shops in Tunbridge Wells. Picture: RSPCA

12 December 2017

The RSPCA is appealing for help tracking down those responsible for abandoning three kittens, who were left for dead in an alleyway.

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Kent a treasure hunter's paradise

11 December 2017

The county is one of the top places in the UK for finding buried treasure, according to newly released figures.

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Thousands of animals abused at Christmas

11 December 2017

Reports of animal cruelty in Kent tipped over 3,000, according to the latest figures from a nationwide charity.

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"Family from Hell" all behind bars for Christmas

Shameless: Neighbours say the Selwood;s are like Channel 4's Gallagher family in the TV series Shameless. Picture: Channel 4

10 December 2017

Neighbours are celebrating after a Kent family, likened to the Gallaghers in TV's Shameless, are jailed for the festive period.

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From Beppe to baddie: EastEnder Michael Greco in panto

Michael Greco (right) with Mark Rhodes and Jess Robinson

09 December 2017

Is the best role in panto being the baddie? Former EastEnder Michael Greco is ready to revel in the boos coming his way in Kent.

Jail for 'greedy' fuel thief

Roger Gull has been jailed. Picture courtesy of Kent Police

08 December 2017

A thief who siphoned off millions of gallons of fuel from high-pressure pipelines has been jailed

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Pensioner treated by paramedics after car and lorry crash

Stock image

08 December 2017

A road is partially blocked and a woman aged in her 70s is receiving treatment by paramedics.

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Man taken to hospital suffering from burns after caravan blaze

Fire crews battled the caravan blaze. Stock picture.

08 December 2017

A man was taken to hospital after a blaze at a mobile home's decking spread to the roof.

Get in the seasonal swing this weekend

Meet the biggest Teddy in Tunbridge Wells for ellenor at the Royal Victoria Place

08 December 2017

From fire breathing dragons to jazz jives, you’d better get your skates on to take part in festive fun across the county this weekend.

Pucker up at Penshurst Place this winter

Pucker up at Penshurst Place

08 December 2017

The season of goodwill gets an amorous boost with mistletoe but harvesting it at one of Kent’s most historic homes is a project in itself.

Health fears over 'filthy' hospital

Blood stains on the floor of William Harvey Hospital

08 December 2017

A Kent hospital has been branded 'third world' after a pregnant woman encountered blood stains on the floor.

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Commuters face delays

Commuters face delays because of signal fault.

08 December 2017

Commuters are facing delays today because of a signal fault on the line.

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Civic Centre proposals get the go-ahead

An artist's impression of the proposed civic centre from Calverley Grounds

07 December 2017

Councillors will press ahead with proposals for an £86 million civic centre and theatre scheme.

Two people found dead at flat

Police and secamb are at the scene. Stock image

07 December 2017

Two people have been found dead in a flat after neighbours were told to leave their homes as emergency services dealt with an incident.

Residents evacuated after incident

Police and secamb are at the scene. Stock image

06 December 2017

Police, fire officers and paramedics are have been called to a Kent town after concern was raised for the welfare of two people.

Winter walks: three to try across Kent

The National Trust has a range of walks to try this winter Picture: National Trust Images/Nadia Mackenzie

06 December 2017

The county is fast becoming a winter wonderland, but don’t hide away – wrap up warm and try one of our winter walks in Kent.

Nearly 2,000 children homeless

Almost 2,000 children are facing homelessness in Kent. Library image.

06 December 2017

A national charity says growing numbers of youngsters are due to spend Christmas Day in emergency accommodation.

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